Michael Huebschmann

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A logistic equation is the basis for a model that predicts the probability of obtaining regeneration at specified densities. The density of regeneration (treeslha) for which an estimate of probability is desired can be specified by means of independent variables in the model. When estimating parameters, the dependent variable is set to 1 if the regeneration(More)
-A model was developed that predicts the probability of survival for individual shortleaf pine (Pinus echinatu Mill.) trees growing in even-aged natural stands. Data for model development were obtained from the first two measurements of permanently established plots located in natural ly occurring short leaf pine forests on the Ouachita and Ozark National(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o The fire-dependent shortleaf pine–bluestem grass ecosystem that existed prior to European settlement is being restored on approximately 62,700 ha in the Ouachita National Forest. The restoration effort's economic effects are not completely understood. This study will provide the Forest Service with a framework for better communicating(More)
A system of equations modeling the growth and development of uneven-aged short leaf pine ’ (Pinus echinata Mill.) stands is described. The prediction system consists of two main components: (1) a . dis tanceindependent , individualtree s imulator containing equat ions that forecast ingrowth, basal-area growth, probabi l i ty of survival , total and(More)
The quantity and quality of seeds were studied in 886 shortleaf pine cones collected from 48 trees in each of two 15-ha natural stands in western Arkansas, USA. The number of seeds per cone ranged from 0 to 102, and averaged 34.6 and 38.0 in the two stands. Between 30 and 50 percent of the seeds were sound. Overall mean values for total number and total(More)
In this paper we discuss how to combine the method content from PosoMAS, the Process for open, self-organising Multi-Agent Systems, with the agile iterative-incremental life cycle of Scrum. The result is an agile software engineering methodology tailored to open self-organising systems. We show how the methodology has been applied in a development project(More)
A survival model for shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) trees growing in uneven-aged stands was developed using data from permanently established plots maintained by an industrial forestry company in western Arkansas. Parameters were fitted to a logistic regression model with a Bernoulli dependent variable in which ‘1” represented individual tree(More)
Problem statement: The Ouachita National Forest received approval in 1996 for an amendment to its Forest Plan that would allocate 10% of the Forest to long-rotation silviculture. The purpose of the new management area is to restore pre-European settlement forest conditions and recreate habitat for the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. Approach: This study(More)
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